The Clare Valley Festival of the Lamb is rapidly approaching, promising to bring one of Australia’s favourite ingredients into the spotlight for another year. While the festival has a list of events planned, the finale promises to be something special.
The final event for this year’s Festival of the Lamb is an Argentinian-inspired lamb lunch, held at the beautiful Skillogalee estate.
The lunch includes a four-course meal with paired Skillogalee wines, with sparkling and canapes offered in the garden beforehand.
This feast will also feature live music by local musicians Madalee and Isaiah, a performing duo who will bring an acoustic set promising to build a laid-back atmosphere full of good vibes.
Skillogalee estate has a longstanding partnership with the Festival of the Lamb, holding events at its beautiful grounds for several years now. The rolling hills and native bushland surrounding the estate lend themselves to a very grounded experience.
The feature of this long lunch is the Lamb Al Asador – a whole lamb cooked over a fire on the Asado (an Argentinian grill). For a festival celebrating lamb, especially its place in Australian culture and history, a different and exciting method of preparing the dish is a great way to end the festival.
The Clare Valley is renowned as one of the most picturesque regions in South Australia, as well as being one of its oldest and most respected wine regions. It makes sense then that the Festival of the Lamb capitalises on the beautiful surroundings and well-established venues.
The Festival of the Lamb is right around the corner, so be sure to book soon if you want to experience a fun and flavourful event. Tickets are $120 per person, with limited tickets available.
You can find more information about the Festival of the Lamb at the event website here.
Stay tuned to Skillogalee’s website here for booking information.
Sun, September 25, 2022 : 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Skillogalee Restaurant & Cellar Door at 23 Trevarrick Road Spring Gully, South Australia 5453